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Godsmack Extends Current Tour Into Summer

GODSMACK has expanded its current U.S. tour, with new dates heading well into June and July. The latest batch of confirmed gigs stops on June 16 in South Bend, Indiana, resuming a month later on July 17 in Houston. There's no word on whether the band will take a few weeks off during that time or continue adding shows. GODSMACK is still touring in support of its 2006 album, "IV".

GODSMACK plays Friday night (May 11) in Tampa, Florida.

ANOTHER ANIMAL, the side project featuring GODSMACK guitarist Tony Rombola, bassist Robbie Merrill and drummer Shannon Larkin, will release its debut album in September, with a single going to radio in July.

Newly added GODSMACK tour dates:

May 25 - Wallingford, CT - Chevrolet Theater
May 26 - Washington, DC - DAR Constitution Hall
May 29 - Erie, PA - Warner Theater
Jun. 05 - Charleston, WV - Municipal Auditorium
Jun. 07 - Birmingham, AL - BJCC Concert Hall
Jun. 08 - Little Rock, AR - North Litte Rock Riverfront Park
Jun. 09 - Kansas City, MO - Liberty Memorial
Jun. 11 - Sioux City, IA - Orpheum Theater
Jun. 12 - Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theater
Jun. 14 - Fort Wayne, IN - Embassy Theater
Jun. 15 - Chicago, IL - Charter One Pavilion
Jun. 16 - South Bend, IN - Morris Performing Arts Center
Jul. 17 - Houston, TX - Verizon Wireless Theater
Jul. 18 - Dallas, TX - Palladium Ballroom
Jul. 21 - Oshkosh, WI - Leach Amphitheater
Jul. 22 - Ames, IA - Stephens Auditorium
Jul. 24 - Colorado Springs, CO - City Auditorium
Jul. 26 - Phoenix, AZ - Dodge Theater

Source: Blabbermouth

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